Here’s how to make the most of your days working at home.
Why do many potential business owners end up not following their dream? In his latest entry for Founder’s Diaries, Rob Drury seeks to answer this vital question.
An increasing amount of people are working outside the office on a regular or permanent basis. Alex Tofts, from UK broadband comparison and advice site Broadband Genie, unveils tips for setting up your home office broadband connection.
A red weather warning was recently issued across the country, keeping a large amount of staff from making the journey into the office. But were companies adequately prepared for employees to work from home?
A flexible working structure acknowledges that employees have a life outside of the office, and a nine-to-five plus a commute can take up a considerable portion of the day.
When it comes to the trend of working remotely, being at home is not necessarily the location that UK employees favour.
Staff working from home are prone to distractions – the TV is in full view, the couch is comfy and the fridge is nearby. Despite what you may think, home workers are proving the stereotype wrong thanks to this list of workplace distractions.
50 British businesses have united as part of the Smarter Working Initiative, with MediaCom and RED Driving School among firms that want companies across the country to give flexible working a test run on Monday 25 July 2016.
Some 24 per cent of British employees, equivalent to 7.5m workers, have revealed work-life balance is high on their agenda as they would prefer working from home instead of receiving increased pay. But why do they really want to skip going into the office and snub the opportunity for higher earnings?
Employees stuck in traffic jams aren't working and costing businesses billions every year.
Working from home requires discipline. But by creating the right habits, you can be just as productive at home as at work. Here are seven top tips to work efficiently from home.